In The Press

From 5280  - 

October 2017: "Whether you’re a mixed-fermentation connoisseur or have no clue what wild- or kettle-soured beer is, the friendly staff is happy to help you navigate the ever-changing, globe-spanning list; they’re also open to sampling and can ease you in with affordable five-ounce pours." Read More! 

From North Denver Tribune

July 2017: "Goed Zuur is as close to a Brussels lambic bar as you may find stateside.  I visited on a sweltering Sunday, and, other than my shock at how much Five Points has changed, I had a great time.  The tap list is extensive, featuring beers from all over the world, including some kettle sours.  You will find representation from, Spain, California, and, of course, Colorado.  Nearly everything is available as a small pour so that you can try many beers.  The bottle list was also off the charts." Read More!

From 303 Magazine

June 2017: "Five Points’ newest beer bar isn’t something you would expect in the neighborhood— or maybe even in Denver at all. It is the first of its kind — a bold move in one of the few places it has the potential to work. Goed Zuur which means “good acid” is the first taproom anywhere — not just in the state of Colorado— to focus on sour and wild beers only, and we bet this city will fully embrace it." Read More!

From WestWord -

May 2017: "'s the menu that is going to change the game in Denver. Not only will Goed Zuur serve only sour and wild ales — becoming what is probably the first such bar in the nation — but it will pair those often polarizing, often exquisite niche beers with a complementary menu of charcuterie, hand selected cheeses and housemade bread." Read More! 

From Denverite

February 2017 - "The pub focused solely on sour and wild beers is tentatively set to open April 7. Goed Zuur would be the latest draw along the historic, reinvigorated Welton Street Corridor and occupy a building that’s sat dormant since 2011." Read More!